Above: Alty line-up before the kick off at Walsall, November 2013.
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Altrincham's Youth side is managed by George Heslop, ably assisted by former Alty player Paul Jones. The team plays in the North West Youth Alliance (Under-18s) Premier Division. I am very grateful to George for his help in providing information for this page. If anyone else has information on the Youth team, I am always happy to receive it. You can e-mail me here. John Laidlar.
Altrincham FC Youth play their league and league cup games at Hale Country Club & Spa, Clay Lane, Timperley, adjacent to Bowdon RUFC, WA15 7AF.
FA Youth Cup games are played at Moss Lane. Altrincham & District FA games are usually held at Trafford FC, Shawe View.
26 February 2014 Chester FC report that "Chester FC Youth edged ever closer to lifting the North West Youth Alliance Premier Division trophy with a 4-1 home win against a strong Altrincham outfit.
The Blues were forced to come from behind, with four second half goals handing the Young Seals victory. Goals from Man of the Match Joe Williams, Stephen Wilson and Tom Batten gave the Blues the three points to extend their lead at the top of the league.
It was the visiting side who began the stronger of the two teams as Chester struggled to produce the football that had seen them undefeated in 22 competitive games this season... Altrincham set the tempo and dictated how the game was run early on. Adam Garner headed off the line from a corner to prevent the Blues falling behind before Garner was then penalised for a tackle inside the area, with the referee awarding a penalty despite Chester’s appeals. Ryan Neild was sent the wrong way as the penalty was converted and Altrincham took the lead...
A pleasing victory for the Blues, showing impressive character to come from behind in the second half and come away with a cushion between them and their opponents".Boston Target says that "Dennis Greene expects Kyle Dixon to return to Boston United after the on-loan midfielder was recalled by Notts County.
The Pilgrims had agreed to extend the 19-year-old’s loan until the end of the season, but a midfield injury crisis at Meadow Lane meant he was needed by Magpies boss Shaun Derry".
23 February 2014
DEFEAT BY LEAGUE LEADERSLeague leaders Chester FC beat Altrincham FC Youth 4-1 on Sunday. Alty are at home to Hyde FC next Sunday (2.30pm).
2 February 2014
YOUTH UPDATEAs I discovered on arriving at the deserted ground at Hale, Sunday's Alty Youth match against Warrington Town was postponed. The latest youth table is here. The next scheduled match is at home to Chester FC next Sunday at home, 2.30pm.
26 January 2014
YOUTH GAMEGiven the appalling weather overnight and this morning, it comes as no surprise that today's scheduled youth team game at Chester has been postponed. The NWYA fixtures have Warrington Town visiting the Hale Country Club and Spa next Sunday (NB this is a 2.30pm kick off).
18 January 2014
CHESHIRE GAME MOVEDThough there was nothing on the respective FA websites to say so, the Cheshire FA v Devon FA County Youth Cup match was moved mid-morning from Macclesfield to Vauxhall Motors due to the unplayable pitch at the Moss Rose. Cheshire lost 0-1 aet.
17 January 2014
The Devon FA announces that "For the first time in over 20 years the Devon FA U18 Rep Side has made it to the Quarter Final of The FA County Youth Cup. On Saturday 18th January we take on Cheshire FA at Macclesfield Town's Moss Rose... Cheshire will provide tough opposition though having defeated holders Manchester FA 1-0 in the 3rd round... There is also the added incentive of a home semi final against the winner of Lancashire v Northumberland".
Owing to the above County commitments, Altrincham FC Youth have no match this Sunday.
14 January 2014
ALTY'S FIVE HELP CHESHIRE TO EIGHTAltrincham FC contributed five players to the Cheshire FA team which trounced Lincolnshire 8-3 last weekend. The Cheshire County FA reports that its youth team "moved to within three points of table toppers Durham FA in the Association of Northern Counties Youth Competition after thrashing Lincolnshire FA at Vauxhall Motors’ Rivacre Park.
Jack Mason, Louis Potts and John Dawson all scored a brace with Joe Woolley and Callum Woods adding a goal apiece as Cheshire ran riot. The result comes at the perfect time, acting as a real confidence boost as the team prepare for their FA County Youth Cup Quarter Final against Devon FA next Saturday... Three goals in as many minutes saw Cheshire race into a five goal lead. [Alty's] Potts started off the madness, finishing smartly to make it four, Woolley added a fifth after Woods saw a penalty saved and then Potts claimed his second showing calmness and composure to rifle past the Lincolnshire custodian.
A half-time a score line of 6-1" led to an 8-3 win "Although they had conceded three, it was almost a perfect performance by the Cheshire lads... If they play like they did here, there is every chance that come Saturday evening the team will be looking forward to the prospect of an FA County Youth Cup Semi Final"
13 January 2014 here.
6 January 2014
ANOTHER POSTPONEMENTAlty Youth's game at home to Abbey Hey on Sunday was postponed due to effects of the wet weather on the pitch. The next scheduled game is away to Morecambe on Sunday, 12 January.
22 December 2013
YOUTH GAME OFFThe scheduled league game between Witton Albion and Altrincham FC Youth was postponed on Sunday. The next scheduled league match is on Sunday, 5 January, at home to Abbey Hey.
15 December 2013
Meanwhile Alty had representatives on both sides in the national FA County Youth Cup match which ended Manchester FA 0 Cheshire FA 1. Cheshire now meet Devon with the winners at home to Lancashire, Cambridgeshire or Northumberland.
Before Saturday's game Manchester County FA "announced their squad to face Cheshire in the third round of the FA County Youth Cup this weekend. Jamie Blood's side saw off Liverpool in an eagerly anticipated second round tie and will have their sights set on taking the County FA a step closer to a second consecutive final... Curzon Ashton's Tameside Stadium will play host on Saturday after the Evostik Northern Premier League outfit agreed to become the home ground of the MCFA representative side, subject to first team fixtures".
The Manchester squad included Alty Youth players Spencer Cunliffe (Xaverian College), Joe Hankinson (Hopwood Hall), Kane Hughes (Hopwood Hall).
6 December 2013
4 December 2013
NEXT UP AND TABLEThe next scheduled game is away to Prescot Cables on Sunday, 8 December, in the NWYA Premier League.
The latest table for Altrincham FC in the NW Youth Alliance Premier is here.
1 December 2013
11:8=7-2Ashton Athletic, who were Altrincham FC Youth's opponents in Sunday's NWYA Premier match at Clay Lane, were only able to field eight players. Yet the visitors took the lead before going down 7-2. Match report here.
Right, we see Kane Hughes and Max Pouncey involved in second-half goalmouth action.
25 November 2013
NEIL THOMASON CUPA report on Alty Youth's defeat on Sunday in the Neil Thomason Cup is here, along with the other results in the competition.
Right: Derek Ubah clears as David Brown (no.2), goalkeeper Steve Bullen, and left-back Matt Graetzer help out against Morecambe.
Other results in the Neil Thomason Cup were<
- Curzon Ashton 5-1 Ashton Athletic
- Hyde 1-3 Abbey Hey a.e.t.
In the league...
- Macclesfield T. 0-2 Sklemersdale United
- League table
24 November 2013
UNHAPPY DAYIt was an unhappy day for the youth players of Altrincham FC as they went out of two competitions on Sunday.
The Under-17 team, playing as the Altrincham and District FA representative side, were three minutes from a place in the final of the Cheshire County FA's District Cup, as they led 2-1 at Mossley against Stalybridge & District FA. But a late equalizer meant that Mid-Cheshire FA clinched their place in the Final.
In an afternoon match at home to Morecambe "A" in the NWYA Neil Thomason Trophy, Altrincham FC Youth (under-18s) lost 2-5. (Report to follow).
22 November 2013
Match report here.
From the other side Walsall have a balanced report on the game. Academy manager, Neil Woods, said "To be fair to our visitors, they stopped us playing in the opening exchanges of the second half, but we managed to get back into our stride... It was a pleasing performance in what was an awkward tie".
TWO GAMESAltrincham FC Youth are involved in two matches this Sunday:
- Altrincham FC Youth v Morecambe A @ Hale Country Club in the Neil Thomason Cup, k.o. 1.30pm
- Stalybridge & District FA v Altrincham & District FA Youth @ Mossley
17 November 2013
TASC is arranging supporters' transport to the game, please ring the club (928-1045) for details.
11 November 2013
YOUTH FIXTURE CHANGESProgress in cup competitions and match postponements because of the weather are causing havoc with George Heslop's youth team's fixtures. They last played a league game on 1 September and are now not scheduled for another match in the NWYA Premier till 1 December! In the interim, their schedule is now...
- Sun. 17 Nov. NWYA Open Cup Second Round versus Bootle F.C. Youth. This was a home tie but, as it has twice been postponed at Clay Lane, it has now become an away fixture, kicking off at 1.30 p.m. at Play Football Liverpool North, Drummond Road, Crosby, Liverpool, L23 9YP. The scheduled home league game v Hyde that day has therefore been postponed.
- Thu. 21 Nov. FA Youth Cup, away to Walsall, 7pm
- Sun. 24 Nov. CCFA District Cup, away to Stalybridge FA at Mossley FC.
- Sun. 1 Dec. is currently scheduled as a home league match versus Ashton Athletic
OPPONENTS' PLAYERSOn 21 November, Alty Youth travel to Walsall in the FA Youth Cup. The Saddlers website confirms that the club's "youth team are once more members of The Football League Youth Alliance for the 2013/14 campaign. We will compete in the North-West League". So far this season they have lost to Burton Albion and Blackpool, beaten Bury, PNE, Burnley, Oldham Athletic, Carlisle, Tranmere, Macclesfield and Port Vale but drawn with Wigan Athletic and Wrexham.
Walsall players' league appearances (with goals in brackets) are Richard Jones 11, Aris Christopherou 11, Jordan Garner 3+2 (2), Alex Dallison 4+4, Kyle Rowley 8, Rico Henry 11, Wes Rush 11 (3), Liam Kinsella 11, Carlton McKenzie 1+5 (3), Alex Reid 9+2 (2), Amadou Bakayoko 11 (10), Jamie Ashmore 10+1, Tevin Shakespeare 2+7 (1), Luke Delaney 8 (1), Romario Reid 0+5, Levi Rowley 1+2 (1), Lewis Probert 1+5.
8 November 2013
Walsall report that "The Saddlers'youth team have been handed a home draw in the second round of the FA Youth Cup. Having overcome the challenge of Port Vale, we now play host to Altrincham here at Banks's Stadium on Thursday, November 21st (kick-off NB 7.00pm). Admission will be £5 (adults) and £3 (concessions).
As a quirky aside, Altrincham's first-team managerial duo are both former Walsall youth team players with Lee Sinnott at the helm and Neil Tolson his assistant".
As well as the connections of Lee Sinnott and Neil Tolson to The Saddlers, current Altrincham player Kyle Perry also came through the Walsall youth system.
Brian Flynn writes that "We can re-live what is possibly Youth team manager George Heslop's finest hour" by listening again to the Radio Robins match commentary on the victory over Wrexham here.
5 November 2013
Match report here.
Right: Alty celebrate at the final whistle.
3 November 2013
TODAY'S GAME OFFFollowing heavy rain overnight and this morning, today's scheduled NWYA Open Cup match versus Bootle has been postponed. The next game is an Altrincham & District FA match in the Cheshire County FA District Cup, away to Stalybridge and District at Mossley, next Sunday (10th) at 2pm.
LOUIS'S BRACEIn Saturday's County youth match, Cheshire beat Birmingham (away) 3-1, with Altrincham's Louis Potts netting twice.
31 October 2013
28 October 2013
FIXTURE CHANGE AND INTERVIEWSAfter its postponement last Sunday, the NWYA Open Cup match between Altrincham FC Youth and Bootle has now been rescheduled for next Sunday, 3 November at 1.30pm at the Hale Country Club, Clay Lane. The winners will meet Daisy Hill FC in the next round.
Kevin Thompson's Alty & Sale Sport has interviews with Alty Youth manager George Heslop and five-goal scorer Max Pouncey, following the 10-3 FA Youth Cup win over Nostell Miners' Welfare last week.
27 October 2013
GAME OFFAlthough 99% of the pitch at Clay Lane was perfectly playable for Sunday afternoon's NWYA Open Cup match between Altrincham FC Youth and Bootle, the match officials were unhappy with a small patch of muddy grass about five yards away from the corner flag on the by-line. As a result, after much deliberation, the match was postponed for fear that a player might slip and injure himself in the affected area.
But whilst there was no competitive football to be seen, manager George Heslop and his assistant, Paul Jones, took advantage of the lack of action to demonstrate to their players the art of playing as a sweeper, whilst George also demonstrated his all-round sporting prowess by also taking to the field with a javelin (see adjacent images).
George showed Paul the sweeper's art...
...before Paul emulated him.
This small patch caused the postponement...
... so George decided to try another sport.
25 October 2013
GOALS GALORE IN FA YOUTH CUPAltrincham FC Youth won their FA Youth Cup Third QR match 10-3 on Thursday night against Nostell MW from Wakefield. The Altrincham scorers were Max Pouncey (5), Kane Hughes (3), Rob Gilroy and Tom Clarke. Altrincham now entertain Wrexham in the next round.
Wrexham, report that in the last round, "Three second half goals from Danny Reynolds, Matty Hammons and an own goal, swung the result in Wrexham's favour. We now head to...Altrincham... while the second round draw has also come through and the winners of our side of the tie will be away to either Port Vale or Walsall.
While Selby put up a spirited display, thwarting Wrexham's attacking ambitions, it was deserved win for the Welshmen, who enjoyed the vast majority of possession throughout the 90 minutes, but took until nearly the hour mark to breakdown the visitors' resistance. Wrexham: John Hodgin, Aaron Simpson, Jake Doran, Ross White, Jon Smith; Iwan Cartwright, Matt Hammons, Ross Weaver; Richard Harvey-Davies (Jake Phillips 70), Dan Reynolds, Jack Davies. Subs: Adam Whitlock, Daniel Roberts, Peter Hope, James Papirnyk".
Alty Youth and Wrexham previously clashed, at the Racecourse, in the FA Youth Cup in October 2001, with the Welshmen winning narrowly, 2-1.
Alty's first-team management will be particularly interested to see if the club's youth team can reach the next round as both hail from Walsall and Lee Sinnott was manager at Port Vale.
21 October 2013
CCFA DISTRICT CUPAltrincham FC Youth provided the team for the Altrincham and District FA as they took on Mid-Cheshire, last Sunday. The FA provides the results, so far, and the fixtures remaining in the Cheshire County FA District Youth Cup, League One...
- Mid Cheshire 3-0 Wirral
- Altrincham 4-0 Stockport
- Stalybridge & Hyde 3-4 Mid Cheshire
- Wirra 1-3 Altrincham
- Mid Cheshire 2-1 Stockport
- Wirral 4-2 Stalybridge & Hyde
- Altrincham 1-1 Mid Cheshire 20/10/13
- Stockport 4-2 Stalybridge & Hyde
- Stockport v Wirral on 10/11/13
- Stalybridge & Hyde v Altrincham on 10/11/13
20 October 2013
13 October 2013
FA YOUTH CUP NEWS
Above, courtesy of James Lobley, we see defender David Brown on one of his several impressive attacking forays for Altrincham Youth against Vauxhall Motors last Thursday. Another of James's images from the game will be on the main News page by the morning.
Wrexham report that "Following the midweek FA Youth Cup win over AFC Fylde, we now move onto the third qualifying round and another home tie, this time will be hosting Yorkshire side Selby Town... The game will be played on Tuesday, 22 October... The winners of this last qualifying round will then be in the first round proper, when clubs from both League One and League Two enter the competition.
Already the draw has been made and it would be an away trip... to be played by Saturday, 9 November 2013, Altrincham or Nostell MW v Wrexham or Selby Town. Alty are old friends".
Nostell's Youth Team in their miost recent game comprised, Jordan Edge, Joel Ocran, Jack Hague, Beck Frostick, Jack , Sam Fry, Jack Greenhough, Jamie Allsop, Josh Beamont, Habib Bayang, Luke Blackburn. Subs: Ty Pell, Danny Popplewell, Harry Jones, Nial Phillips.
12 October 2013
YOUTH GAME OFFAltrincham FC Youth's league game away to Abbey Hey, scheduled for tomorrow, has been postponed as the Gorton club have players involved in a County match today. Next week (Sundsy 20th) Altrincham and District FA play Mid-Cheshire at Trafford FC (2pm) in the CCFA District Cup. here.
The next round pits Altrincham against Nostell Miners' Welfare from Wakefield, at the J. Davidson Stadium on Thursday, 24 October at 7.45pm.
Whichever team wins that match will be at home in the First Round Proper to either Wrexham or Selby Town (both previous opponents of Alty in this competition). That game will be in the week of Saturday 9 November 2013.
11 October 2013
It all started when a good ball forward from David Brown prompted an interchange between Louis Potts and Max Pouncey, with Potts firing home well inside the thrid minute of the match. Vauxhall responded with an equalizer after 18 minutes through Hughes's header.
In the 56th minute Alty captain, Spencer Cunliffe expertly lobbed the keeper from fully 50 yards out on the right flank, before an impressive volley from Matt Todd made it 3-1 in the 68th minute. Cunliffe completed the scoring when a slick interchange of passes opened up Vauxhall, nine minutes from time. Report to follow.
NEXT GAMEAlty Youth's next game is this Sunday in the NWYA Premier League, away (at Egerton Sports Club, Knutsford, 2.30pm), to Abbey Hey.
10 October 2013
4 October 2013
FIXTURESFollowing a change by the NWYA, Altrincham FC Youth's next fixtures are:
- Thu. 10.10.13, FA Youth Cup 2nd QR, Home (at J. Davidson Stadium, Moss Lane, 7.45pm) to Vauxhall Motors
- Sun. 13.10.13, NWYA Premier League, Away (at Egerton Sports Club, Knutsford, 2.30pm), to Abbey Hey
- Sun. 20.10.13, CCFA District Youth Cup, Home (at Trafford FC, 2pm) to Mid-Cheshire FA
- Sun. 27.10.13, NWYA Open Cup, Home (at Hale Country Club & Spa, Clay Lane, 1.30pm) to Bootle
2 October 2013
SCORERSThe goalscorers last Sunday for Altrincham and District Youth in their win over The Wirral were Shaun Arrowsmith, Sam Heathcote (penalty) and Benjamin Reid.
29 September 2013
28 September 2013 Vauxhall Motors report that "Motors youth team progressed into the second qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup with a 3-2 victory over Bootle at Rivacre Park. It was far from straight forward. Bootle went into a 2-0 lead but the young Motormen came back strongly to turn it around. Two goals from Luke Hitchman and one from Ryan Edwards were enough to gain the victory...
In the next round, Motors will travel to Altrincham. Details on when that tie will take place will be announced in due course."
24 September 2013
Right: Alty celebrate Matt Todd's goal.
In a see-saw match at The Pavilions, Altrincham won their FA Youth Cup Qualifying Round match against Runcorn Town 5-4, with a goal in the sixth minute of added time. After falling behind on 21 minutes, the interval arrived with the Robins still a goal down...
Match report here..
NEXT GAMEAltrincham and District FA are away to The Wirral FA on Sunday in the CCFA District Youth Cup.
23 September 2013
Meanwhile, Alty Youth, unbeaten this season, have league games in hand in the NWYA Premier League.
20 September 2013
OLLIE SEEKS A CONTRACTOliver Riley, captain last season of the Altrincham FC Youth team "has entered a football competition to win a professional contract" reports the Sale & Altrincham Messenger. Urmston-based Oliver "has entered Samsung's Win a Pro Contract competition in the hope of signing for either Swindon Town, Leyton Orient of Wycombe Wanderers. Riley deeply regrets the day he turned down the offer of a football scholarship at Rochdale, aged 16.
The former prolific Altrincham front-man said, 'I turned them down because it was getting too much. I have regretted that decision every day since'. Riley has been released by Altrincham but has had offers from a number of clubs including Curzon Ashton. Riley added, 'My grandfather, who has just passed away, played for Macclesfield Town and so, doing it for him is a huge motivation'".
14 September 2013
FA YOUTH CUPAltrincham FC Youth's FA Youth Cup match at Runcorn Town will take place on the evening of Monday, 23 September. Kick off is at 7.45pm at Runcorn Town F.C., Pavilions, Sandy Lane, Weston Point, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 4EX.
This means that next Sunday's NWYA league game against Morecambe has been postponed.
9 September 2013
- Mid Cheshire 3 Wirral 0
- Runcorn 4 Macclesfield 2
8 September 2013
ALTRINCHAM & DISTRICT FA 4 STOCKPORT & DISTRICT FA 0
Altrincham & District FA Youth team, entirely comprising players from Altrincham FC, defeated Stockport & District FA 4-0 in their first group game as they defended their Cheshire County FA District Youth Cup title from last season. Once again the District Cup is an under-17s' competition so most of the regular Altrincham FC Youth team (under-18s) are ineligible. Therefore, today's team was drawn from the Club's under-17s' squad and was captained by centre-back Sam Heathcote, son of former Alty player and manager, Graham Heathcote. The District FA overcame a lacklustre first-half performance to win comfortably in the game, which was played at Trafford FC on Sunday afternoon. The scorers were Reid 36 minutes, Coffey 54, MacLean 68 and Fox 90(+3). Match report here.
Right: Laurence Taylor had a good game in central midfield for Altrincham & District FA.
Next Sunday's fixture for Altrincham FC Youth, away to Abbey Hey, has been postponed owing to manager George Heslop having eight of his squad called up for the Cheshire Under 18s' squad for their game against Herefordshire that day. The next scheduled game is now on Sunday, 22 September, at home to Morecambe.
4 September 2013 Cheshire FA confirms that Sunday's CCFA District Cup match between Altrincham and Stockport & District Youth teams at Shawe View, Trafford, will kick off at 2pm. Note that the CCFA website has the wrong date for the later tie with Mid-Cheshire. The correct dates for Altrincham's games are in the District Cup section of the Alty Youth team fixtures page. The Altrincham and District FA team comprises players from Altrincham FC, managed by George Heslop and Paul Jones.
2 September 2013
DISTRICT CUPAltrincham FC Youth will play under the Altrincham & Ditrict FA banner as they kick off their Cheshire County FA District Youth Cup campaign this Sunday with a home tie against Stockport and District FA.The game is at Shawe View, home of Trafford FC. K.O. time to be confirmed.
Other results were:
- Abbey Hey 2 - 1 Warrington Town
- Curzon Ashton 1 - 1 Ashton Ath.
- Morecambe 0 - 4 Chester FC
- Skelmersdale Utd 2 - 0 Hyde FC
Alty lie fifth in the league table, having won twice and drawn three times this campaign.
28 August 2013
YOUTHS DRAW WITH CURZON
Above: In a new pre-match ritual on Tuesday evening, Altrincham FC Youth team players (right) bow down in homage to their manager George Heslop (left)
Altrincham FC Youth entertained Curzon Ashton Youth on Tuesday evening. Although they dominated the second half, Altrincham could not get the decider and the match ended 1-1, with Alty's goal coming from Max Pouncey in the first half. Match report and two pictures here.
Alty's next game is on Sunday (1st Sept.), away at Prescot Cables (2.30pm).
The FA has all of Tuesday's results and the league table.
25 August 2013
Altrincham FC Youth maintained their unbeaten start to the season with an ultimately comfortable 4-1 win away to Hyde FC at Knutsford on Sunday. Report here.
Above: Under the pile of bodies is Tom Clarke, whose well-taken goal put Alty 3-1 up.
On Tuesday, Alty are at home (Clay Lane) to Curzon Ashton (6.30pm).
24 August 2013
3-3 AT ASHTONAltrincham FC Youth drew 3-3 on Thursday night away to Ashton Athletic. There are photos from the game on Twitter.
This Sunday Alty are away to Hyde FC who actually play at the Egerton Youth Centre on the outskirts of Knutsford (2.30pm).
18 August 2013
CUP DRAWSIn the NWYA Neil Thomason Cup Alty Youth have a bye in the First Round (6th Oct) and a home game v. Morecambe in the next round, (quarter final). In the NWYA Open Cup Alty Youth have a bye in the First Round then a home tie with Bootle Youth FC probably on 20th October.
Above: Pat Crilley's flying header goes wide as Derek Ubah (5) and Max Pouncey (9) look on.
Alty Youth secured a comfortable 4-1 win against Macclesfield Town in Sunday's NWYA Premier League match. Report here.
The FA provides Sunday's NWYA Premier scores:
- Abbey Hey 2 Hyde 1
- Ashton A. 3 Warrington T. 7
- Prescot C. v Skelmersdale U, away team walkover
- Witton A. 2 Morecambe 3
- Curzon A. 0 Chester 3
15 August 2013
11 August 2013
ALTRINCHAM YOUTHS HONOURED
The website was unable to include images from the annual Altrincham FC Youth Team presentation night owing to holidays but, belatedly, here is an image of Alex Weatherby, who won both the Manager’s and Players' Player of the Season awards, with which he is seen (right).
Meanwhile, the Cheshire County FA Youth team faces Runcorn Town in a friendly match this Tuesday (13th). Altrincham FC Youth have ten players in the 23-man squad. The Altrincham Ten are Richard Barnes, David Brown, Stephen Bullen, Tom Clarke, Spencer Cunliffe, John Dawson, Matt Graetzer, Louis Potts, Max Pouncey amd goalkeeper Josh Samberg, who has recently been playing for the GB Under-18s Jewish side in the 19th Maccabiah Games in Israel.
10 August 2013
FIXTURESAltrincham FC Youth kick off their 2013-14 season next Sunday (18 August) at home to newcomers in the NWYA Premier League, Macclesfield Town. Kick off is at 2.30pm at the Hale Country Club and Spa which, despite its name, is located on Clay Lane, Timperley. Alty Youth's league fixtures till January 2014 are now to be found in the "Fulltime" section of the FA website, here.
All of Alty Youth's league and cup fixtures, to date, are here.
21 July 2013
CHESHIRE COUNTY FA DISTRICT CUP 2013-14The Cheshire County FA District Youth Challenge Cup will revert to an early season competition in 2013-14. Altrincham have been drawn in League 1, which may have four or five teams in it. Four of the teams have been confirmed, the fifth has yet to be so. The winners of the League will meet the winners of League 2, which has four member teams.
Altrincham & District's matches are:
- Sun. 8.9.13 Home v. STOCKPORT & DISTRICT FA
- Sun. 29.9.13 Away v. Wirral & District FA
- Sun. 20.10.13 Home v. MID-CHESHIRE FA
- Sun. 10.11.13 Away v. TBC
League 2 comprises Crewe & District, Chester & District, Runcorn & District and Macclesfield & District.
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